You will account for all your deeds – Cleric Charges Public Office Holders
An Islamic cleric, Sheik Muideen Bello says death is an inevitable end and every soul shall taste death at apportion time.
Sheik Bello stated this in Ilobu, at the Fidau prayer of Osun deputy chief of staff, general administration, Mr Adejare Adebisi who died after a protracted illness.
The Islamic scholar urged the family of the deceased, llobu community and all people of the state including government officials to see the death of the late deputy chief of staff as the will of God and lessons for all to leave behind good legacies.
He urged public office holders to imbibe honesty in their ways like the late Adebisi to foster progress and development in the state.
He charged Nigerians to be diligent, selfless in rendering services to government and humanity with a message that they would account for their deeds in the hereafter.
Some government officials at the Fidau prayer described the late politician as instrumental to the successes achieved by the current administration in the state, saying that his death portends huge loss to the state.
Osun State Governor, Mr Gboyega Oyetola was represented at the occasion by the Secretary to the state government, Prince Wole Oyebamiji.